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FLC professor wins awards for book on outdoor adventure

Fort Lewis College Professor of History and Environmental Studies Andrew Gulliford is the winner of two New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards. His work, entitled Outdoors in the Southwest: An Adventure Anthology, won the Nature/Environment category and was named the Best Arizona Book.

Fort Lewis College joins the national campaign for “real food”

Fort Lewis College is only the second college in Colorado to sign the Real Food Challenge (RFC) Commitment. To commemorate this milestone, the College is hosting the Real Food Chow Down on March 18th in the Student Union’s San Juan Dining area. The Chow Down showcases the RFC’s definition of “real” food, which is food that upholds social welfare, environmental sustainability, and physical health.

Making apple ice cream

Every fall, the Fort Lewis College Environmental Center works with local Durangoans to collect and harvest apples in the region. This year, they collaborated with local ice creamery Cream Bean Berry to create apple ice cream!

On-campus garden grows food know-how

There are good things growing on campus. And you can see some of that goodness just north of the Center of Southwest Studies. There, you'll find a quarter-acre garden offering up a widely varied harvest of home-grown organic bounty. There is also a three-season greenhouse, several hoop houses and cold frames, a compost facility, and a 100-tree dwarf apple orchard nearby.

On Lake Powell, learning and helping go hand in hand

What do you get when you put a professor and seven students on a 55-foot houseboat on Utah's Lake Powell to pick up trash for five days? You get good times, great exploring, some personal mentoring, and lots of deeper understanding of topics such as environmental science and cultural resource management. Oh, and cleaner public lands.

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